Kim Richey

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Kim Richey
Birth name Kimberly Richey
Origin United States
Genres Country, Folk, Roots
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1992–present
Labels Mercury Nashville, Lost Highway, Vanguard, Lojinx

Kimberly "Kim" Richey is an American singer/songwriter.

Career[edit]

Richey came onto the music scene in the 1990s and entered her first recording contract at the age of 37.[1][2]

Her 1995 self-titled debut album contained the singles "Just My Luck" and "Those Words We Said." Her follow-up album, Bitter Sweet was released in 1996 and her album "Glimmer" in 1999.[3] Her album "Rise" was released in 2002.[4]

Her album fifth album, Chinese Boxes, was released in July 2007[2] and "Wreck Your Wheels" in 2010. She released the album "Thorn In My Heart" in 2013.[citation needed]

Her songs have been recorded by Trisha Yearwood, Radney Foster and Brooks & Dunn.[1][3]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions
US Country US Heat US Folk
Kim Richey 72
Bitter Sweet
  • Release date: March 4, 1997
  • Label: Mercury Nashville
53
Glimmer
  • Release date: August 3, 1999
  • Label: Mercury Nashville
Rise
The Collection
  • Release date: May 18, 2004
  • Label: Lost Highway Records
Chinese Boxes
Wreck Your Wheels
  • Release date: September 14, 2010
  • Label: Thirty Tigers US, Lojinx (Europe)
Thorn in My Heart 55 26 20
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Singles[edit]

Year Title Chart positions Album
US Country CAN Country CAN AC
1995 "Just My Luck" 47 36 Kim Richey
"Those Words We Said" 59 50
1996 "From Where I Stand" 66
1997 "I Know" 72 71 Bitter Sweet
1999 "Come Around" 64 Glimmer
2000 "The Way It Never Was"
2002 "The Circus Song (Can't Let Go)" Rise
2007 "Jack and Jill" Chinese Boxes
2013 "Come On" Thorn in My Heart

Music videos[edit]

Year Video Director
1995 "Just My Luck" Dani Jacobs
"Those Words We Said" Pamela Springsteen
1997 "I Know" Luke Scott
2000 "The Way It Never Was" Jude Weng
2007 "Jack and Jill" Stephanie B. Keane

Songwriting collaborations[edit]

Year Artist Song Album Collaborator
1992 Radney Foster "Nobody Wins" Del Rio, TX 1959 Radney Foster
1993 Dixie Chicks "Desire" Shouldn't a Told You That Steve Kolander
1994 Steve Kolander "Can't Undo What's Been Done" Steve Kolander
1995 George Ducas "In No Time at All" George Ducas George Ducas
Radney Foster "If It Were Me" Labor of Love Radney Foster
Trisha Yearwood "Those Words We Said" Thinkin' About You Angelo
"Believe Me Baby (I Lied)" Everybody Knows Angelo & Larry Gottlieb
1997 Patty Loveless "That's Exactly What I Mean" Long Stretch of Lonesome Tia Sillers
Mindy McCready "You'll Never Know" If I Don't Stay the Night Angelo
1998 Suzy Bogguss "From Where I Stand" Nobody Love, Nobody Gets Hurt Tia Sillers
Terri Clark "I'm Alright" How I Feel Angelo & Larry Gottlieb
1999 Jim Lauderdale "It's Just Like You" Onward Through It All Jim Lauderdale
Mindy McCready "Lucky Me" I'm Not So Tough Tommy Lee James & Jennifer Kimball
Lorrie Morgan "Here I Go Again" My Heart (sole writer)
2000 Terri Clark "Last Thing I Wanted" Fearless Mary Chapin Carpenter
Trisha Yearwood "Where Are You Now" Real Live Woman
2001 Brooks & Dunn "Every River" Steers & Stripes Angelo & Tom Littlefield
Cyndi Thomson "I'm Gone" My World Chuck Prophet
2007 The Greencards "I Don't Want to Lose You" Viridian Mike Henderson
"Travel On"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Staff writer (April 17, 2013). "Kim Richey On Mountain Stage". NPR. Retrieved Jan 19. 2017.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  2. ^ a b Staff writer (Nov 22, 2007). "At Home in Nashville with Kim Richey". NPR. Retrieved Jan 19, 2017. 
  3. ^ a b Dye, David (Jul 17, 2007). "Kim Richey: Sweetly Alluring, Folk-Friendly Country". NPR. Retrieved Feb 2, 2017. 
  4. ^ Naylor, Brian (Oct 13, 2002). "Kim Richey". NPR. Retrieved Feb 2, 2017. 

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